Netflix has unveiled an official trailer for an intriguing documentary adventure titled Unknown: The Lost Pyramid that will premiere on July 3.
Egypt to announce the discovery of the largest human, animal mummification workshop in the Bubasteion necropolis in Saqqara on May 27.
The Public Prosecution said it has issued an arrest warrant for suspects who created a fake pharaonic tomb in Upper Egypt’s Beni Suef to defraud buyers of antiquities of their money.
The restoration of columns No. 59 and 68 has begun.
Waziri explained that the discovered cache includes 150 bronze statues of various sizes.
It is a well containing many pottery pots and coffins, and it is in a very good condition.
Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities Mostafa Waziri explained that this cache was found inside a huge well.
The lecture also focused on shedding light on the archaeological projects currently underway.
Enani and Governor of Luxor Mustafa Elham, inspected the ongoing development work in the streets and squares surrounding the Luxor and Karnak temples.
The Egyptian mission working in the Pyramids Antiquities Area succeeded in finding new archaeological traces during excavations in Saqqara.
The discovery was made while excavating south of the Karnak temples at the gate of Ptolemy III Euergetes.
This project comes within the state’s efforts to renovate the Egyptian squares to show the beauty of their architectural design, and develop public parks.
The Services Development Committee is now following up on the work of developing and rehabilitating the site and raising the efficiency of its services
Hassan Allam coalition officials and representatives began the workshop with a detailed presentation reviewing the strategy of operating services in the museum
The 34 antique coins were in the possession of a passenger who was trying to smuggle them.
Khufu’s Solar Ships were discovered by Egyptian archaeologist and journalist Kamal el-Malakh in 1954.
This is the second time that the duration of the "Kings of the Sun" exhibition has been extended at the request of the Czech side.
The project's developments and ways to improve the level of tourism services in the museum were reviewed, with the aim to improve the experience of visitors and tourists.
Egypt’s Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled El-Enani held a meeting to discuss ways to develop visitor services at archaeological sites and museums nationwide.
Khaled El-Enani discussed numerous aspects of the work carried out in the Grand Egyptian Museum, in addition to the transfer process of Khufu’s First Solar Ship.